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Pelican Comment System PyPI: the Python Package Index

Pelican Comment System allows you to add static comments to your articles.

Comments are stored in files in formats that can be processed by Pelican (e.g., Markdown, reStructuredText). Each comment resides in its own file.

Features

  • Static comments for each article
  • Replies to comments
  • Avatars and Identicons
  • Comment Atom feed for each article
  • Easy styleable via themes
  • Python 2 and 3 support

See it in action here: bernhard.scheirle.de

Author Website Github
Bernhard Scheirle http://bernhard.scheirle.de https://github.com/Scheirle

Instructions

PyPi

The Pelican Comment System is now also in the Python Package Index and can easily installed via:

pip install pelican_comment_system

Requirements

Pelican 3.4 or newer is required.

To create identicons, the Python Image Library is needed. Therefore you either need PIL or Pillow (recommended).

Install Pillow via:

pip install Pillow

If you don't want avatars or identicons, this plugin works fine without PIL/Pillow. You will, however, see a warning that identicons are deactivated (as expected).

Change Log

The change log can be found in the CHANGELOG.rst file.

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